Artisan Home Tour and NFL Alumni Present an Exclusive Home Tour

Tour Four Spectacular Homes on Superbowl Weekend

Followed by Lunch/Reception Hosted by NFL Alumni

The Builders Association of the Twin Cities, producer of the Artisan Home Tour, and NFL Alumni have partnered to present the NFL Alumni Artisan Home Tour. The exclusive event will take attendees via luxury motor coaches to four of the area's most exceptional residences. These homes are located in the western Twin Cities suburbs and combine exquisite architecture with top-quality finishes and interior design. The final tour stop will be at the historic Lafayette Club in Minnetonka Beach to attend a special lunch/reception hosted by NFL Alumni. Proceeds benefit the NFL Alumni and BATC Foundation.

DATE: Saturday, February 3, 2018
HOURS: 8:00 am-3:00 pm
TICKET PRICE: $200 per person ($150 is tax deductible)
EVENT DETAILS: www.ArtisanHomeTour.org

LOCATION: Motor coaches will pick up attendees at designated locations in Minneapolis and Minnetonka. Homes being showcased are in Eden Prairie, Orono, Shorewood and Wayzata. Attendees will also have an opportunity to meet the homeowners and/or builders. Lunch/reception to follow at the Lafayette Club in Minnetonka Beach hosted by NFL Alumni.

FEATURED BUILDERS: John Kraemer & Sons, Denali Custom Homes, Stonewood LLC, and Lecy Bros. Homes & Remodeling, all regular participants in the annual Artisan Home Tour.

NFL ALUMNI APPEARING AT LUNCH/RECEPTION: Darrell Thompson played college football for the MN Golden Gophers, where he became the school's all-time leader in career rushing yards. He then played in the NFL for the Green Bay Packers, where he played in 60 games, gained 1,640 rushing, 330 yards receiving, and scored eight touchdowns. Matt Blair was an outside linebacker for the Minnesota Vikings for all 12 seasons of his career from 1974 to 1985. Blair quickly established himself as one of the top and speediest linebackers in the NFL. Kurt Knoff is a former football safety who played in the NFL for the Minnesota Vikings, Denver Broncos and Houston Oilers. A graduate of East Grand Forks High School, Knoff was named the MN High School Athlete of the Year in 1972. 

PROCEEDS BENEFIT:
BATC Foundation a non-profit 501(c)3 composed of members of the Builders Association of the Twin Cities who contribute their time, materials and expertise to address the challenges facing veterans and the issue of transitional homelessness through projects with service agencies that impact a significant number of individuals over time.

NFL Alumni a non-profit 501(c)3 that offers a variety of medical, financial and social programs to help members lead healthy, productive and connected lives, as well as community initiatives under its "Caring for Kids" programs.